Why It's Time to Take Safety Inspections Digital
Duration: 60 minutes
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the manufacturing industry has the second highest number of recordable workplace injuries and illnesses in the United States, exceeded only by healthcare. The worst part is the simple truth that most workplace accidents are preventable.
Yet many organizations deprioritize investing in safety, despite the fact that avoiding even one injury can deliver tens of thousands (or more) in savings while protecting workers.
Digital safety inspections help manufacturers work safer by addressing many of the key shortfalls associated with traditional ‘pen and paper’ safety inspections, including low frequency, inefficient issue resolution, ineffective reporting and lack of engagement.
We reveal concrete steps manufacturers can take today to leverage digital tools and approaches that dramatically impact plant floor safety.
- The inherent problems with ‘pen and paper’ safety inspection programs
- 5 ways digital safety inspections help manufacturers improve plant floor safety
- 7 leading safety indicators you can track with digital safety inspections
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HSE Consultant, Lancaster Safety
Jenny Fuller is an HSE Consultant with Lancaster Safety as well as a teaching instructor for the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering Master of Science Safety Management Program at West Virginia University. She started her professional career as a contractor for the Department of Defense serving as a safety engineer and lead for various defense projects before returning to WV as a faculty member at WVU Safety and Health Extension. She was an instructor for the Region III OSHA Education Center and has provided safety consulting services to various industries.
Managing Editor, EHS Today
Nicole is an experienced storyteller who has written, captured and recorded stories for the general public as well as niche markets, including business executives, healthcare providers, safety professionals and farmers. She is currently the managing editor of EHS Today and previously editor of Hemp Grower and Physicians Practice and senior editor of iAdvance Senior Care magazines. She received the American Society of Business Publication Editors' (ASBPE) Young Leaders Scholarship award in 2020.